David Bernard, music director of New York’s Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, conceived “InsideOut”—concerts performed with audience members seated among the musicians—as a way of “transforming the audience experience in ways that not only surprise and delight concertgoers, but also more solidly monetize the orchestra.” Following the first “InsideOut” concert last season one audience member commented, “When we’re sitting with the orchestra, we’re rooting for you.” Another said, “By being able to see the facial expressions of the musicians, I felt the love and energy they have for their craft.” Building on the success of that sold-out event, Bernard reprised “InsideOut” this February at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in Manhattan. On the program: Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite (the first performance of a new scholarly edition from Kalmus) and Haydn’s Symphony No. 94 (“Surprise”).